Lise de la Salle has been performing on the major international stages for over 15 years and has positioned herself as one of the leading musicians of her generation, with unparalleled sensitivity and maturity. Le Monde writes: "Lise de la Salle is an accomplished artist, she reaches a degree of clarity that makes it impossible to imagine that any other interpretation is possible".
The 2021-22 season will be marked by the launch of her new album When Do We Dance? (Naïve), a journey through four musical cultures (Slavic, French, Spanish, American) and concerts in the greatest halls, from the Lincoln Center in New York to the Konserthuset in Stockholm, via the Rudolfinium in Prague or the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg.
Lise de la Salle plays with the most prestigious orchestras: the Los Angeles, Munich, Rotterdam and St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestras, the Dresden Staatskapelle, the Orchestre National de France, the London Symphony Orchestra, the NHK Symphony Orchestra and the Tokyo Metropolitan. She has collaborated with conductors such as Fabio Luisi, James Conlon, Antonio Pappano, Rafael Payare, Karina Kanellakis, Andrés Orozco- Estrada, Lionel Bringuier, Fabien Gabel, Marek Janowski, Robin Ticciati, Osmö Vänska, James Gaffigan, Lawrence Foster, Semyon Bychkov and Dennis Russell Davies.
Born in Cherbourg in 1988, Lise de la Salle began playing the piano at the age of four and gave her first concert five years later during a live recording for Radio France. She was a laureate of the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York in 2004.